Legend of the Seine River
The Seine River is a great river in northern France with a total length of 776.6 kilometres and a total area of 78,700 square kilometres, including its tributaries. It is one of the historic rivers in Europe. The metropolis of Paris was built on some of its main ferry ports.
The Seine River has a beautiful legend:
Seine is the name of the goddess, the source of the Seine River, 275 kilometers southeast of Paris. In a limestone hilly area over 470 meters above sea level, there is a small stream in a narrow valley, along which there is a cave. The entrance of the cave is not high. It is a man-made building. There is no fence in front of the door. There was a statue of a goddess in the cave. She was wrapped in plain clothes, half lying in bed, holding a water bottle in her hand and smiling at the corner of her mouth. The stream crept out from behind the goddess. Obviously, the Seine River is water-based. According to local Gaul legend, the goddess named Sena was a goddess of precipitation, and the Seine River was named after her.
Rivers are the blood of the country. Just like the mother river of China, the Yellow River and the Yangtze River, it is the responsibility of every human being on earth to cherish and protect rivers.
Lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets.
If she wore a white dress, led a poodle by an LED light-emitting dog rope and strolled along the Seine River, what a harmonious picture would it be?